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I've been working so hard to make my garden a wildlife friendly place, planting wildlife friendly flowers/plants, putting up nest boxes and insect homes. Didn't even think about the massive rhododendron that's already growing and then I see something about them being toxic to bees! Should I pull it out? It's one of the nicest looking things I've got!
3 chickens - Petal, Hermione and Snowy
Pretty sure bees would avoid it if it's bad for them.
My friend loves his bees and yet has a patch of woodland full of rhodies, so I'm sure it will be fine.
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